Overview of Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

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An overview of Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996


The purpose of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Workshop is to provide intensive basic training of a practical nature in arbitration and conciliation. The training will focus on the domestic arbitration and conciliation process and on the main principles of international commercial arbitration law and practice, with particular reference to the practical case application of the AECCI Arbitration and Expedited Arbitration Rules in contract matters.

The format of the Workshop will consist of presentations by the instructors, exercises and discussion between participants and instructors. Participants are expected to take an active part in the presentations, exercises and discussion sessions. After completion of the Workshop, participants will have a better understanding of the substantive components of domestic arbitration, international commercial arbitration and conciliation, as well as the benefits and limitations of ADR in contract disputes as compared to other dispute resolutions options, in particular court litigation. In addition, they will obtain practical information about the role of the AECCI Centre in ADR proceedings, and its clauses and rules.

Course Objectives:

AECCI International Arbitration event is the key forum for understanding international commercial arbitration in all over India. This conference provides an indispensable update on developments in the region. Not only does it offer a line-up of top-class speakers, topical discussions and relevant news, but also an excellent opportunity to develop a network with people. The conference attracts no. of participants representing no. of companies.

Course Content:

This course is designed to help you to understand the dispute resolving mechanism through ADR and provides you an excellent idea about arbitration, conciliation and AECCI arbitration clauses and rules. This course prepares you to strategize your methodology and plan to take advantages of ADR mechanism to gain maximum profits and minimise the losses. The programme delegate numbers are deliberately set less to allow you to work together with your peers in a friendly and personal atmosphere to learn about the course from the instructor and from each other.


    • Disputes

    • Methods of resolving Disputes

    • Alternative Dispute Resolution

    • Binding dispute resolution, equivalent to litigation in the courts.


    • Ad-hoc Arbitration

    • Institutional Arbitration

    • Statutory Arbitration

    • Domestic Arbitration

    • International Arbitration


    • State regulations through a Variety of laws

    • Procedures and Provisions at International level

    • Various International Arbitration centres


  • Arbitration Agreement

    • Definition

    • Essential features of arbitration agreement

    • Parties involved

    • Clauses should be mentioned

    • Scope and effect of arbitration agreement

  • Appointment of Arbitrator

    • No. of Arbitrators to be appointed

    • Who can be an Arbitrator

    • How to appoint Arbitrator

    • Substitution of Arbitrator

  • Arbitral Proceedings

    • Commencement of arbitral proceedings

    • Conduct of arbitral proceedings

    • Making of arbitral award

    • Termination of arbitral proceedings

  • Arbitration Award

    • Form and Contents of an award

    • Enforcement of Arbitral Awards

    • International Commercial Arbitration

    • Enforcement of foreign arbitral awards


    • Confidentiality

    • Speed

    • Expert Neutrals

    • Cost Savings

    • Preservation of Business Relationships

    • How to make Accurate agreements

    • When Arbitration is mandatory.


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Dr. Siddhartha Priya Ashok

B.Tech., M.A. , LL.B., LL.M., DTL and Ph.D. (Law).

Dr. Siddhartha Priya Ashok is Practising Advocate, Arbitrator and Mediator. He acquired a high education in the field of law. He is an excellent orator and faculty on law, safety and social issues. He has delivered many lectures and presented papers in colleges, conferences besides publication of many articles in the journals and raised issues at World Intellectual Property Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland. His Ph.D.

Research work “A Critical Study of Impact and Implications of TRIPS Agreement with reference to patenting of Traditional Knowledge” is under publication as a book.

How To Register

Timings: 11 am – 2 pm, Registration begins at 10:30 am

Registration Closed on 19th April (Thursday)

  • Fees:

    • For Members: Rs. 1,000/- +service tax as applicable per person

    • For Non-Members: Rs. 1,500/- +service tax as applicable per person

  • Please write to Customercare@aecci.org.in / Call -022 4127 1145/ 46, 8433720996

  • Mention the name of participant, company, contact details .

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  • Fees includes Refreshment, course material etc.

  • Hurry up! Only 20 seats are available.

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